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    The Yukon Blues

    Igor D’India’s epic journey down the Yukon River, across Canada & Alaska. 16000 km hitch-hiking and nearly 2000 km solo paddling with an “old-fashioned” approach to adventure.

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    The Yukon Blues

    Directed by Kobalt Entertainment 2017 51 min
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    Igor D’India’s epic journey down the Yukon River, across Canada & Alaska. 16000 km hitch-hiking and nearly 2000 km solo paddling with an “old-fashioned” approach to adventure. Without any assistance, radio, GPS or phone, just some solar panels to re-charge his audio/video equipment. In 1965 well known mountaineer and reporter Walter Bonatti, accomplished a solo expedition by canoe down the Yukon and Porcupine rivers for Epoca (Italian Magazine). ‘The Yukon Blues’ is a young filmmakers attempt to recreate this journey and document what has changed since then.

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    The Yukon Blues

    Igor D’India’s epic journey down the Yukon River, across Canada & Alaska. 16000 km hitch-hiking and nearly 2000 km solo paddling with an “old-fashioned” approach to adventure. Without any assistance, radio, GPS or phone, just some solar panels to re-charge his audio/video equipment. In 1965 well known mountaineer and reporter Walter Bonatti, accomplished a solo expedition by canoe down the Yukon and Porcupine rivers for Epoca (Italian Magazine). ‘The Yukon Blues’ is a young filmmakers attempt to recreate this journey and document what has changed since then.

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